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Hive Learning shortlisted for four awards at the Business Culture Awards and Learning Technologies Awards 2019

 

11 September, London / New York: Hive Learning — the peer learning platform that radically accelerates innovation, collaboration and inclusion — has been shortlisted in the Business Culture Awards and the Learning Technologies Awards for their innovative approaches to developing learning cultures.

 

At the prestigious Learning Technologies Awards, Hive Learning is shortlisted for:

 

  • Learning Technologies Learning Organisation of the Year — An award that identifies learning organisations that have achieved exceptional and demonstrable results for their customers, recognising Hive Learning’s NPS score of 52 and +90% client retention rate.
  • Excellence in the Design of Learning Content: commercial sector, International — for Inclusion Works, the world’s first digital toolkit for building inclusive culture that Hive Learning spent the last year developing. 95% of Inclusion Works users learned practical actions they could apply in their role and the toolkit also drove a +46% increase in learners taking action against bias.

The Learning Technologies Awards recognise the commitment, enthusiasm and passion for learning technologies across the world. Finalists were selected by their independent judging panel of 56 digital learning experts.

 

The winners will be announced on the 27th November in a ceremony at the Park Plaza Westminster Bridge Hotel, London.

 

At the Business Culture Awards, Hive Learning and their client partners are shortlisted for:

 

  • Best Learning Initiative for Business Culture — For Hive Learning’s work to create a culture of peer learning digitally with a major commercial banking client.
  • Best Use of Innovation for Business Culture with the FTSE100 lifesaving technology group, Halma plc, for their work on HalmaHub — an enterprise-wide learning network that Halma CEO Andrew Williams describes as accelerating the pace of change between Halma’s 50 companies.

The Business Culture Awards gives forward-thinking organisations a way to celebrate work which sets up their employees to succeed — recognising how their people’s employment experience is fundamental to business performance.

 

The winners will be announced on the 14th November in a ceremony at the Royal Garden Hotel, London.

 

Hive Learning CEO Angus McCarey comments:

 

“We’re delighted to be shortlisted for these awards which are a great recognition of the brilliant work our clients do. At Hive Learning, we really believe that the technology is only as good as the team driving it, and the results that the digital teams at Halma and Barclays see are a testament to their innovative approaches.

 

“We’re proud to be shortlisted alongside some tough competition and we’re looking forward to seeing what the results hold for us in November!”

 

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About Hive Learning

 

Hive Learning — the peer learning platform — gives organisations a radically faster route to innovation, collaboration and inclusion. Our unique combination of a mobile-first peer learning platform, with an action-orientated content format, and agile learning activation services, helps organisations embed the behaviours critical for growth.

 

Hive Learning partners with more than 50 leading organisations, including Jaguar Land Rover, Sky, PepsiCo, Deloitte, The Football Association and the International Olympic Committee.

 

Founded by world-renowned coach Sir Clive Woodward and backed by the UK’s leading Venture Builder, Blenheim Chalcot, Hive Learning has a heritage of high performance. Visit hivelearning.com to learn more.

Hive Learning shortlisted for four awards at the Business Culture Awards and Learning Technologies Awards 2019

Founded by world-renowned coach Sir Clive Woodward and backed by the UK’s leading Venture Builder, Blenheim Chalcot, Hive Learning has a heritage of high performance.

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Hannah Flaherty (she/her)

Hive Learning speak to 1,000s of organisations every week about what it takes to create a culture of everyday learning and collaboration - specialising in the areas of inclusion, leadership development, innovation and wellbeing. Passionate about tapping into the power of her peers to help one another go faster, Hannah leads the research, curation and development of insights from 1,000s of cutting edge learning and development leaders, distilling learnings into practical and actionable insight that leaders can put into practice right away. Learn more at www.hivelearning.com.